I've seen it in both (witnessed) easy births, and hard births.. and it's also been absent in many hard births.. It has never been a problem, so I see it as pretty irrelevant
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Well we haven't had a yellow calf around here yet. But I'll sure be looking for yellow fluid in the water bag whenever that's possible. Thanks for the tip Slick4591.
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Never put that much thought into it, but I've heard for years that it's associated with stress. Having mainly solid black or red cattle can make it a bit hard to tell when one is stained! Wonder how many I've just not noticed due to their dark color. Only ever noticed it on my Herefords, Char X and whitefaced cattle. Interesting read!!
Money can't buy happiness, but it can buy cattle and that's pretty much the same thing as far as I'm concerned!
Pulled a 105# today, just solid red, and covered in baby gunk. Maybe ya'll are just using the wrong breed?
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